New Delhi: With the induction of new fleet, premier British carrier Virgin Atlantic would introduce new Airbus A-330s on its Delhi route from July and is looking at launching operations to new destinations in India.
The airline was also investing 100 million pounds to enhance its Upper Class offering on its entire route network, like an enhanced seat, a futuristic bar, a new 'fine dining' experience, new crockery and in-flight entertainment system.
The new Upper Class cabin would be launched on Virgin's new Airbus A330-300 aircraft, due for delivery later this spring.
The Delhi route would be among the first in Virgin's network to get one of these brand new planes from July, the airline's Chief Commercial Officer Julie Southern told PTI here.
Virgin, which suspended its London-Mumbai service in 2009, is planning to beef up its India operations by considering options like starting double dailies from Delhi and looking for new destinations, she said.
"We may add to Delhi or look at other destinations. The Delhi-London route is showing strong growth and flights beyond London also. Increased numbers of passengers are flying to Newark," Southern said.
Virgin would continue to focus on "flying more Indians from Delhi to West coast in USA and to Vancouver, when it is launched in May this year. Extra services were also being planned for San Francisco from London, a route popular with the Indian population," she said, adding, "We are extending to the East Coast of the US too."